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>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose in new york. norah o'donnell is in washington. jobless report just came out. it shows a growing number of americans are getting back to work. >> the numbers are much better than economists predicted. it's sure to become an issue in the presidential race. >> rebecca jarvis has the numbers and what they mean. >> good morning, charlie. >> what are the numbers? >> the big headline here is the big surprise, the unemployment rate dropped to 7.8%, the first time we've been below 8% since january of 2009. 114,000 new jobs created in the month of september. >> norah? >> rebecca, that's a huge drop, better than expected as you point out. how -- what happened to cause that drop? >> well, this is where the economists are really looking into the number right now, because one of the big reasons behind this number being 7.8% right now is a big increase in the number of people who involuntarily took on part-time work. that number went from 8 million people to 8.6 million people in the month of september. there are both pros an
morning. why this resurgence? >> you know there's something ironic here, charlie which is you have to watch out what you watch for. events in pakistan have become so dangerous in al qaeda because of the drone strikes and the ability to locate them and take them out. a lot of al qaeda members because there's very little command and control left within the organization have found their way back to afghanistan and to the taliban who can put them to work and as we just heard from lara logan's taliban interviewee, they are doing that. >> and bringing skills they don't have. >> that's right. at a much higher level, honed after years of practice. >> we had these attacks over the weekend and again this morning. at the white house, john brennan who is the head of the counterterrorism said as recently as april al qaeda is a shadow of itself, morale is low. al qaeda was decimated in afghanistan. does that still hold true? >> it's all true. and i think one of the problems we have is we want all the lines to be neat. we want the taliban to be in their box and al qaeda to be in their box and sam
to get sober. >> the plot, the couple, kate, charlie, share things, their common bond, drinking. she decides to get sober. leads to a series of event. an intimate look at their relationship and family life. joining us to talk more about the movie, getting a ton of great press and good buzz, one and only director, james, thank you for being here. >> appreciate you having me. >> good to have a live human on "insomniac theater." what was the motivation for the movie? >> smash started as a conversation between myself and susan burke, co-writer, sharing stories of things we had done when we were drunk if i have a lot. she has more the a wonderfully hilarious comedian, sober, stopped drinng in her early 20s. going to aa. experiences events were inspired by her own life. >> you have an all-star cast. >> yeah, really amazing cast. we have aaron paul, mary elizabeth winsett, nick offerman, megan mulaney. >> how did you get them all to soon up, all-star cast? >> we begged, knocked on their doors, harassed them. they're artists really excited to play parts in a film they really cared about. >>
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